Montreal, November 17, 2009 – The names of winners of the 2009 Governor General’s Literary Awards were announced today by the Canada Council for the Arts. The seven English and...Read more >
Four-time World and Canadian Champion figure skater, Kurt Browning, is the Canadian Children’s Book Centre’s first “Canadian Children’s Book Centre Idol”.
Browning, a Guinness World Record holder, recipient...Read more >
Montreal, November 3, 2009 – The Canadian Children’s Book Centre (CCBC) and TD Bank Financial Group (TDBFG) are pleased to announce that Anne Villeneuve is the recipient of the 2009...Read more >
The TD National Reading Summit will engage participants in crafting a blueprint for a reading Canada. Over two days, delegates will hear from an impressive line-up of speakers from across...Read more >
The winner of the Prix TD 2009 de littérature canadienne pour l’enfance et la jeunesse was announced in Montreal on November 3, 2009 at the Canadian Centre for Architecture. The...Read more >
An exciting exhibition of 60 original illustrations from Canadian children’s books will be showcased in the Concourse at the National Gallery of Canada from Saturday, November 14 through to and...Read more >
CANSCAIP will be taking registrations at the door this Saturday (November 7) for their fabulous fall conference, Packaging Your Imagination.
Although lunch spaces are now filled, there is still room left...Read more >
Take a look at how picture books are created – with illustrator and author Ruth Ohi and author Frieda Wishinsky – in the Fall 2009 issue of Canadian Children’s Book...Read more >
ABC CANADA Literacy Foundation recently launched the annual Munsch at Home Contest – a fun contest where families get to write a creative story together in hopes of winning a...Read more >
For the first time, the International Festival of Authors partners with the TD Canadian Children’s Literature Awards to offer events featuring this year’s award finalists.
WIN tickets to one of...Read more >